Jaipur. The State Council of Ministers meeting held on Saturday, under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, churned on measures to control the rising corona infection due to the growing winter season and festive season and in this direction Many important decisions were taken.
In the meeting of the State Council of Ministers, it was told that due to the celebration of festive season, winter season, elections, marriage ceremonies etc., there has been a lot of increase in the cases of corona infection in the past. In view of the continuous increase in the number of Corona positive, many countries of the world and many states of the country have taken precautionary measures. It was told in the meeting that states like Haryana (Haryana) and Maharashtra (Maharashtra) had opened school-colleges but in view of the increasing cases of Corona, they had to decide to close back within a week. Important religious events like Chhath Puja were also banned in Delhi and Maharashtra (Maharashtra).
It was discussed in the meeting that in the month of November, the number of positive cases in the state has increased from 1700 to 3000 per day. The number of positive patients has suddenly increased in 8 districts of the state. In view of the increasing cold outbreak, the condition of corona infection is expected to become more serious in the coming days. In such a situation, special steps are being taken by the state government to control the corona infection by protecting the lives of the people and ensuring health protocols like masking and social distancing. The penalty for not wearing masks has been increased to Rs 500. Earlier this fine amount was 200 rupees.
Nocturnal (Knight) curfew to be imposed at 8 district headquarters
In the meeting of the State Council of Ministers, it was decided that markets, restaurants, shopping in the urban area of 8 district headquarters (Jaipur, Jodhpur (Jodhpur), Kota, Bikaner, Udaipur (Udaipur), Ajmer, Alwar and Bhilwara) most affected by Corona infection. Malls and other commercial institutions will remain open till 7 pm. Nightly curfew will remain in the urban area of these 8 district headquarters from 8.00 am to 6 am. During this night curfew, people going to the wedding ceremony, people related to the essential services including medicines and those traveling in bus, train and plane will be exempted during the night curfew.
75 percent personnel allowed in 8 districts with high infection
Government and private offices and institutions in the urban area located in the district headquarters in eight districts (Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jodhpur, Kota, Bikaner, Udaipur), Ajmer, Alwar and Bhilwara) affected by Corona where more than 100 personnel The presence of personnel in working days will not be more than 75 percent. Staff in these institutes and offices will be called on rotation basis so that more than 75 percent of the employees are not present in the office on any working day.
A maximum of 100 people can attend marriages and other functions
It was decided in the meeting that cases of corona infection are increasing in the state. In such a situation, the maximum number of people who will be involved in political, social, religious, cultural etc. events including marriage ceremonies in the entire state will be 100. Strict action will be taken against those who disobey these guidelines of the state government.
Day care facility for less serious patients even in private Kovid hospitals
It was decided in the meeting that in private hospitals treating Kovid, day-care treatment like state Kovid hospitals will be allowed at the rates prescribed by the state government, on the demand of the patient. Under day-care treatment, less serious Kovid patients can be sent back home within two-three hours after providing necessary medicines and other therapies. Day-care facility will facilitate the availability of beds for serious patients coming to hospitals.
Hospitals attached to private medical colleges will be able to become Kovid Hospitals
In-principle consent was given to acquire some hospitals connected to private medical colleges, if required, to build a Kovid Dedicated Hospital. The Medical Education Department has been authorized to decide its detailed procedure and take action. Medical colleges will be able to start classes for third year and fourth year medical students. These medical students can also be put on duty for Covid-19. Special survey will be conducted door-to-door by the Medical and Health Department in the concentration areas of the state where more positive patients are found and surveillance teams will be activated. At the same time, target based testing will also be encouraged, so that infection can be identified and treated in time in the early stages.